Paul Street and Chaumtoli Huq: Latinx immigrants together with local and regional allies, responded immediately to defend and support detained workers and their families—to raise bond money and help them “find a way out of this.”
Cynthia Madison: In our constant pursuit of happiness, we have completely forgotten that negative emotions are normal.
Carol Mithers: Evoking a previously unenforced “no pet” clause is one good way for property owners to empty a building before it’s put up for sale, or to push out low-rent tenants in a gentrifying area.
Irvis Orozco: Immigrants with TPS status live throughout the country, with significant clusters in cities like Dallas, Phoenix, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. Ending TPS will have a large impact on the local economy in these areas.
Shannon Luders-Manuel: While not all the detainees were South Asian—some were from Guatemala, Mexico and China—the recent plight of South Asian asylum seekers has been kept out of the public consciousness.
People are finding creative ways to respond to the unique challenges of being black and undocumented in the U.S., according to immigrant rights groups. Among those challenges is that black immigrants are underrepresented in the immigration narrative.
Michael Nigro: In response to Trump’s travel ban, over 1,000 Yemeni stores in New York’s five boroughs temporarily closed for business on Feb. 2, 2017. Thousands gathered, waved U.S. and Yemen flags, prayed, protested, hugged, cried, cheered, passed around a microphone and gave speeches, along with allies who showed up in solidarity.
Matt Johnson: Set your child up for success in public school by electing to get involved with the school program.
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Shandre Delaney: As a prison abolitionist and advocate for the incarcerated with Human Rights Coalition, I feel it is imperative to be a part of the political process to demand change and be a part of that change.
Ripston was an impassioned, outspoken, ever-persistent champion of civil rights and civil liberties, taking on issues including racial discrimination, police practices, the rights of immigrants, women’s rights, LGBTQ rights, and education equity.
Alden Burt: The first step you need to take is to determine your needs. These needs include the type of treatment that you require based on your current circumstances and how you feel most comfortable coping with them.
Dusty Stewart: Colonialist powers such as the nondemocratic USA steal the wealth produced by the workers in colonized countries and kill any leaders who attempt to end capitalism and colonialism.